Eating Disorder Treatment

What is it?

Disordered eating can come in many shapes and forms such as Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge-Eating, Compulsive Overeating, AFRID, and Obesity Secondary to Eating Disorders.

In other words, you either restrict your eating to a point that’s unhealthy, eat large amounts of unhealthy food to the point of feeling sick, purge your food or get rid of it through laxatives or diuretics, or avoid and restrict food intake to a point where it’s unhealthy and dangerous to your well-being.

There are many reasons why people fall into the trap of eating disorders, but we are here to tell you that there is a way out. Our team of clinicians is experienced in dealing with those suffering from eating disorders and co-occurring conditions.

One of our clinicians, Kelly Lewallen is Certified as an Eating Disorder Specialist with the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. So you are in good hands.

If you or someone you know is suffering from an eating disorder, they might show the following signs/symptoms:

Avoiding foods that they used to like

 

Avoiding social activities that involve food

 

Exercising excessively

 

Counting calories and weighing obsessively

 

Cook elaborate meals for others

 

Eating too much at once

 

Strange eating rituals or habits

 

Wearing baggy or oversized clothes

 

Constantly making negative comments about their bodies

 

Eating disorders have a slow onset, so early prevention and treatment can do wonders for recovery. We want to help you change your relationship with food in order to live a life of freedom and health. Contact us today for an appointment.

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Eating disorders have a slow onset, so early prevention and treatment can do wonders for recovery. We want to help you change your relationship with food in order to live a life of freedom and health. Contact us today for an appointment.